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Three Engineering Faculty Receive 2017 NSF Early Career Awards
Three Purdue University faculty members in the College of Engineering won 2017 Faculty Early Career Development awards from the National Science Foundation, one of the most prestigious NSF honors for outstanding young researchers.

Purdue Mechanical Engineering alumnus builds business around family, strong work ethic and philanthropy.

Elijah Sindelar is focused on power systems in his engineering studies and on the football field.

Purdue University will lead a new national center to develop brain-inspired computing for intelligent autonomous systems such as drones and personal robots capable of operating without human intervention.

Researchers bring civil engineering discipline to the design of resilient extraterrestrial habitats.

The new Bechtel Innovation Design Center is a “magnet” where students, staff and faculty can move their ideas and innovations to real-world products and impact.

PURSPEC Technologies Inc., whose miniature spectrometers may improve medical diagnosis and patient compliance by reducing the time needed to analyze samples, has opened offices in the Purdue Research Park.